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'''Michael Paul "Mick" Martin''' (born 9 July 1951) was an Irish people|Irish association football|soccer player during the 1970s and 1980s. Born in Dublin, he played for Bohemian F.C.|Bohemians, Manchester United F.C.|Manchester United, Newcastle United F.C.|Newcastle United, West Bromwich Albion F.C.|West Bromwich Albion, Vancouver Whitecaps (NASL)|Vancouver Whitecaps, Cardiff City, Preston North End, Peterborough United F.C.|Peterborough United, Rotherham United F.C.|Rotherham United and the Republic of Ireland national football team|Republic of Ireland where he won a total of 51 caps. His first cap was against Austria in October 1971 and his last against Spain in April 1983. A devoted Aston Villa supporter, he played his schoolboy football mainly at Home Farm F.C.|Home Farm before signing for Seán Thomas's Bohemians in 1968. He spent a year learning his trade in...
Birth placeDublin, Ireland
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